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Landmark Match Guide: Dundela v Larne

Larne make the trip to Wilgar Park on Tuesday evening to face Dundela with a place in this season’s County Antrim final at stake. Kick-off in East Belfast is 7.45pm. Take a look below for all you need to know ahead of the game in our Landmark Match Guide.

Tickets and Travel

Entry has been set at £12 for adults and £8 for concessions by the Co. Antrim FA. Tickets do not need to be purchased in advance, with supporters able to pay at the turnstiles on the night.

Larne fans will also have access to the Dundela Social Club on the evening.

All three Supporters Clubs are running buses for this game, with the Inver Red & Whites having sold out their bus, while limited spaces remain for the Larne FC Reds and Larne NISC. Please check their Facebook pages for more information.

1889 Sports & Social Club

The 1889 will be open from 5pm for those travelling to the game from Inver Park and will remain open for their return.

Dundela

The Duns come into this game flying high in the Championship, having beaten table-topping Loughgall at Lakeview Park on Saturday. That result kept them in third place, behind Annagh United on Goal Difference only. Following Niall Currie’s departure to Portadown, there has also been a change in the dugout in recent weeks with former Ballyclare Comrades boss Paul Harbinson taking over as manager.

In the Shield so far, Dundela have beaten Ballyclare Comrades (on penalties) as well as an impressive 4-1 win away to Carrick Rangers in the quarter-finals. They also count former Larne players Chris Rodgers and Benny Igiehon among their squad.

The Inver Reds

Larne come into this game as Shield holders, having won the competition back-to-back in the last two seasons. The 2020 victory over Glentoran ended the club’s 33-year wait for a senior trophy, while Tiernan Lynch’s side retained the Shield with a 1-0 victory over Linfield in last season’s decider.

Victories over Knockbreda and Ballymena have earned a place in this year’s last four. The Invermen are also riding high in the league, with Saturday’s 5-0 victory away to Portadown retaining their place at the top of the Premiership.

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